Family Law Lawyer & Partner
Andrew Morrison obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario. He thereafter graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Andrew participated in the Family Law Project while attending Osgoode Hall, gaining valuable legal drafting experience assisting unrepresented litigants with their court documents.
After graduating from Osgoode, Andrew articled with Feldstein Family Law Group in the Greater Toronto Area. He returned as an Associate with FFLG and practiced for more than two years prior to his departure.
Andrew has now continued his career by cofounding Morrison Williams. He emphasizes the significance of a strong solicitor-client relationship, ensuring timely responses to his clients’ questions. He ensures that his clients understand the process and the issues that are involved in their matter while striving to obtain the best result.
Andrew has a great understanding of his clients’ needs and the significant impact a resolution has on their lives. He was awarded the Allan Falconer Memorial Award in Family Law for his paper “Who is a Family: Cohabitation, Marriage and the Redefinition of Family”. This academic paper has been published in the Canadian Journal of Family Law further demonstrating the strength of Andrew’s legal writing.
Andrew has experience in all areas of family law, including negotiating and litigating property and financial related issues, parenting issues, and child and spousal support issues.